Monthly Archives: October 2016

Halloween: More than Costumes and Candy?

Halloween was originally known as All Hallows’ Eve back in the eighth century, when people would have bonfires and wore costumes to ward off ghosts, according to The History Channel. This celebration of superstition has turned into something very different than what once was. Today, Halloween has turned into not only pumpkins, costumes and candy,
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New Study: Nursing, Accounting, Mechanical Engineering Among Highest Paying Majors

Nursing, accounting and mechanical engineering are among the top 50 highest paying college majors, according to a recent study by Glassdoor. Glassdoor analyzed nearly 500,000 resumes and the median base salary from each major for the first five years of being in the workforce. “With approximately 70 percent of American high school graduates enrolling in
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St. Cloud Vet Tech Students Help with Woofstock 2016 Fundraiser

On Sept. 10, 2016, the SCNAVTA group at the St. Cloud Minnesota School of Business campus participated in Woofstock 2016, a fundraiser for Tri-County Humane Society. The Tri-County Humane Society provides services for over 3,000 animals every year. Each pet is evaluated, examined, given appropriate vaccinations and dewormings, spayed/neutered, treated for ailments and injuries as
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Breast Cancer Awareness: Being Aware Can Save Your Life

When we think of October, it’s common to think of pumpkins, apple orchards, leaves changing colors and the color pink. Pink? Yes, pink representing October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “Awareness is key,” said Minnesota School of Business Nursing Program Dean, Kendra Saal. “Be sure to always talk to your doctor about self-breast exams and
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Student Medical Assistant Group Participates in New Horizon’s Walk to End Abuse

On Tuesday, Oct. 4, the Globe University-La Crosse  Student Medical Assistant Group (SMAG) and 25 other participants attended the New Horizon’s Walk to End Abuse at Cameron Park for Domestic Abuse Awareness Month. Participants of the walk created signs to vocalize about domestic abuse and proceeded to walk to city hall for a proclamation reading
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Passion for Helping Students: MSB-Richfield Director of Career Services

“It’s an awesome feeling to get the chance to get the full perspective of the education process,” said Diana Welter, instructor and director of career services at the Minnesota School of Business (MSB) – Richfield campus. Diana has worked in the education field for more than 20 years. She continues to comment on how she
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